Air 1 Is Providing the Complete Installation of All Equipment
February 16, 2015
Air 1 Heating Inc., a full-service heating and cooling contractor serving commercial and residential clients, has been awarded a contract to design/build a 38-ton HVAC system for the construction of a new 13,000-square-foot sporting goods store opening in Kent, Washington.
National Retailer Reduces Energy Consumption with GridPoint Solution
February 2, 2015
GridPoint, a provider of energy management systems (EMS), announced that its submetering, monitoring, and intelligent building control technology, combined with its cloud-based analytics software and service offerings, has helped national retailer VF Outlet achieve an average savings of 26 percent across its installed sites.
The Company Custom Designed Barriers to Absorb the Noise
January 19, 2015
Echo Barrier USA announced that it solved a critical noise challenge for Aggreko, a leader in temporary power and temperature control. The firm’s acoustic barriers mitigated excessive noise coming from an Aggreko air conditioning unit that threatened the success of an event with the president of the United States.
Upgrades Will Help Achieve Significant Energy and Water Reductions
January 5, 2015
The National Park Service (NPS) has awarded Siemens a $29 million contract to implement energy and water conservation measures at 13 national parks in the Washington, District of Columbia, metropolitan area.
Savings of Over $500,000 Annually Expected in Energy, Repair and Unnecessary Services
December 22, 2014
When Pepco Energy Services (PES) wanted to find cost-effective ways to improve the operations of its Midtown Thermal Control Center (MTCC) in Atlantic City, New Jersey, it contacted Tustin Energy Solutions (TES), a commercial energy management company located in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
BACnet International and the BACnet Interest Group Europe (BIG-EU) have announced the schedule for the BACnet Global Roadshow 2015. The roadshow highlights the migration from proprietary systems to open standards in building automation.
GSH to Provide HVAC Repairs, Replacement, Maintenance, and New Installation
November 17, 2014
GSH Group Inc., a multi-national facilities and energy management provider, announced that it has been awarded a three-year contract with the New York City Department of Correction. The contract, valued at over $2.7 million, is for HVAC services at various department facilities.
The Project Was Completed Ahead of Schedule and Significantly Under Budget
November 3, 2014
SourceOne, an energy management firm managed by Veolia North America, has announced the completion of a boiler decentralization project for The Dimock Center, a nonprofit community health and human services organization located in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
BAS, Energy Efficiency Expertise Results in Comfort, Savings for Health Care Providers
October 20, 2014
InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance member firms MC2 and CM3 have completed building automation system (BAS) and energy efficiency projects for two Florida Hospitals. Both firms are experienced providers of automation and energy management systems for a variety of commercial buildings, including health care facilities.
NREL Identified Advanced Plug Load Controls and Whole-Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits as Good Investments
October 6, 2014
Field demonstrations of newly proven energy efficiency technologies are yielding valuable results for the U.S. Navy, helping it meet energy goals. The initial results have encouraged the Navy to move forward with broader implementation of several of the energy efficiency technologies.